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The Drink Tank 370 - Fear

The Drink Tank 370 - Fear

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The Drink Tank looks at Fear in all sorts of forms, especially in Movies (Tonya on the Aliens franchise), Books (Chuck Serface on The Gift of Fear), Fear (Chris Garcia talks about various forms) and a bit of sexiness from Lenore Corvus. Art from Espana Sheriff, Bill Rotsler, CHerise Hyatt and copy-editor and artist Vanessa Applegate.
The Drink Tank looks at Fear in all sorts of forms, especially in Movies (Tonya on the Aliens franchise), Books (Chuck Serface on The Gift of Fear), Fear (Chris Garcia talks about various forms) and a bit of sexiness from Lenore Corvus. Art from Espana Sheriff, Bill Rotsler, CHerise Hyatt and copy-editor and artist Vanessa Applegate.

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Published by: Rev. Dr. Christopher J. Garcia on Apr 30, 2014
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The Drink Tank 370
Fear
 
 James Bacon
~
 Editors
 ~
 Chris Garcia Copy
~
 editing by Vanessa Applegate
 
I am nothing if not a collection of my
 Fears
.
When I started thinking about this issue, my rst thought
was “I’m going to have a lot to say,” followed by “James will have so little to say.” That’s the big difference between us - I am a bundle of
Fear,
uncertainty, and especially doubt. James is certainty, dedication, and powering through. We’re very different there, and it’s part of why we work so well together. I am unsure if we’re on the right path - he knows it’s gonna work. In the end, neither of us are completely right, but together we hit the nail on the head; we have a vision and it doesn’t 100% turn out, but it always happens. It’s one of the reasons that I get so upset when folks question James’ involvement with
The Drink Tank
. Without him,
The Drink Tank
 would not exist now. He handles the
Fear.
 My
Fear
. And that’s where things get interesting. I’m seeing a new woman, Vanessa. She gets that I am a bundle of
Fears
 in a way that is very different from James, and anyone else I’ve dated, it seems. She’s seen some of them, and she tries to soothe them, which is nice, but she doesn’t deny that many of them are real. Some
Fears
 are obviously not, even I know that, but she gets the ones that are. I’ve no greater fear than death. You all know that, I’ve written about it before. I’m 40 soon, and that scares me. Decades tend to
ip me out. Death is the BIG DEAL and I’m scared of it and it colors
my entire perception of the world. It’s not an easy thing and I can’t see a time when it will not be a looming presence in my mind; that hive of wasps each with a little bit of panic attached to the stinger that can pin-prick you again and again. It’s my cross to bear, I guess, but it also keeps me safe.
Limits me, yes, but you may have noticed I’m 39 years dying
and not yet dead... So here is our issue about
Fear,
 in all its forms!
2
 
 A Table of Contents
Page 2 - Editorial by Christopher J Garcia
Page 4 - Two Mouths Rock - An Analysis of the
 Alien
Movie Franchise by Tonya Adolfson
Page 11 - The Gift of Fear by Gavin de BeckerA Review by Chuck Serface
Page 15 - So No Shit There I Was by Lenore Corvus
Page 18 - A Selection of Horror Films Judged By Their Physical Effects on Me by Christopher J Garcia
Page 22 -
What Scares You? Facebook Answers That Very Question...
Page 27 - What I Fear by Christopher J Garcia
 Art Credits
Cover and Page 10 by España Sheriff Page 3, 19, 22-23 - Art by Vanessa ApplegatePage 14 and Back Cover - Art by Chelise HyattPage 17 - Art by Bill Rotsler

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